|Statement||by E. Hausbrand ; translated from the German by A.C. Wright.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 71 p.,  fold. leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||71|
Drying by means of air and steam. London, Scott, Greenwood and Co., (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: E Hausbrand; A C Wright. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hausbrand, Eugen. Drying by means of air and steam. London, Scott, Greenwood & Son, (OCoLC) An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Full text of "Drying by means of air and steam. Explanations, formulae and tables for use in practice". Hausbrand, E., Drying by Means of Air and steam, 3rd revised English edn., Scott, Greenwood and Son, London, (). Google Scholar. 2. Fleissner, H., Sonderdruck aus der Sparwirtschaft, vols. 10 (). Google Scholar. 3.
Possible emissions from the drying process can be effectively removed by condensation. Drying by means of superheated steam impingement is one of the possible designs that are in progress now for the paper industry. Work is going on with respect to this type of drying for other materials, especially foodstuffs. Contact Drying With Superheated Steam. There are two variants of this method: low-pressure drying and high-pressure drying. This method is employed mostly in small battery plants or workshops. The superheated steam drying system consists of a fixed and a moveable (hinged) platen between which piles of several plates are placed. The. Air* Superheated steam Fluegases: Drying temperature: Atomization may be achieved by means of single-fluid or two-fluid nozzles, or by spinning-disk atomizers. The flow of the drying gas may be concurrent or countercurrent with respect to the movement of droplets. He has authored several book chapters and articles on various. drying), a hot wall or surface (contact or conduction drying), or by absorbing electromagnetic radiation (infrared, radiofrequency or microwave drying). The process of supplying heat typically consumes signiﬁcantly more energy than the latent heat of evaporation. For a continuous convective (hot air) dryer, the heater duty for the inlet air heat.
Drying is a mass transfer process consisting of the removal of water or another solvent by evaporation from a solid, semi-solid or process is often used as a final production step before selling or packaging products. To be considered "dried", the final product must be solid, in the form of a continuous sheet (e.g., paper), long pieces (e.g., wood), particles (e.g., cereal grains. Records must be removed from their containers, spread on shelves to dry in warm dehumidified air, and periodically rotated to expose wet paper surfaces. Items in encapsulations or within plastic sleeves must be removed to dry. The steam passes through the drier, through cylindrical tubes/bundles which rotate, to avoid local overheating and to improve uniform drying. The drier uses less air volume and subsequently emissions into the air are limited. Steam dryers: Steam drying is a special drier design that uses superheated steam produced via a heat-exchanger. The. during drying the mechanisms of moisture transfer may also change with elapsed time of drying. Thermodynamic Properties of Air-Water Mixtures and Moist Solids Psychrometry As noted earlier, a majority of dryers are of direct (or convective) type. In other words, hot air is used both to supply the heat for evaporation and to carry away the.